The Presidio - a military outpost, and South of Market - the industrial and maritime center of early San Francisco, represented worlds of single men, soldiers, sailors, and miners, right? Archaeological research into the 19th-century neighborhood, the 18th-century El Presidio de San Francisco, and recent work around the Transbay Terminal area, gives us a picture of family life and maritime wives, where women and children participated in the hard work of everyday life in these... Topics: archaeology, early San Francisco, Presidio, Folsom and Main, family life, 19th century, class,...
Join the Gutter Geeks in their deep diving tribute to one of the most criminally underrated game systems in history: The TurboGrafx 16. Not enough for ya? Alex from GameHoleCon drops in to visit and give everyone the skinny on all the great events going on at GameHole this year. Seriously folks, come to GameHoleCon and have a beer with us: It's going to be a great time!https://www.gameholecon.com/ Topics: turbografx, gameholecon, beer, podcast, humor, funny, youtube
This week the Dudes finally talk about TMNT II: The Arcade Game... NOT!!! Still working on those scheduling issues. Instead, the Dudes tackle another Patreon Pick and this is one that the D-Padders have been asking for for quite some time... Castlevania! Just in time for the month of October. Dun Dun Duuuuuuuuun!Behind The Scenes Lookhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvPvZGFmKhkShout Outs!Sweet tuneage provided by The Wii Guy (Who is now an honorary dude: The Wii Dude). Check him... Topics: castlevania, nes, nintendo, podcast, retrogaming, retro, gaming, video games
http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/arnold-schwarzenegger-becomes-california-governorSound Effects Provided by www.varazuvi.com Copyright 2011 Varazuvi Topics: Today In History, Podcast, History
Alberto y Esteban revisan las noticias y las polémicas de la semana, comentan series del DC you y revisitan Spread. Topics: Gene Luen Yang, Superman, John Romita Jr, X-Files, Chris Carter, David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson,...
Warning! There may be language used in this Slaughter Film podcast that is not suitable for all listeners.This week Forest & Cory take a hard look at the iconic sci-fi monkey flick Planet of the Apes, and explore it's various social commentaries.The Horror Duo also relive their childhood by playing Wing Commander and Castlevania, Forest dives into the world of "Social Justice Warriors" by watching Eli Roth's Green Inferno and Cory talks about Christopher Lloyd reprising his role... Topics: Slaughter Film, podcast, review, film, movie, sci-fi, horror, Planet of the Apes
Summary: Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1263 Timttmy and NYbill have a chat about 3G connectivity and Sshuttle. Sshuttle is app that blends VPN and SSH proxy like features. They also touch on AUR packaging and the recent Linode hacks. Then start to reminisce about OGGcamps past and the good'ol days of the Linux Outlaw forums. And what do most geeks do when they hang out? They finish up talking about their computer gear. 3g tethering ...
Summary: HPR Community News for May 2013Series: HPR Community NewsSource: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1261New hosts Welcome to our new host: Deb Nicholson, Beeza, and Toby Meehan. id title host 1236 Lament For httpd deepgeek 1237 Cory Doctorow tribute to Aaron Swartz Various Creative Commons Works 1238 Word processors are overrated johanv 1239 HPR Saturday Sessions: What is hacking? Nido Media 1240 Doomsday Rule Charles in NJ 1241 Community News for April 2013 HPR Admins 1242... Topic: Community News
Summary: Show who is logged on with the who commandSeries: Linux in the ShellSource: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1262Episode 31 of Linux in the Shell discuses the use of the who command. The who command does more than just identify who is logged into a system. Who is coupled with init and will produce statistical information about the system since the last boot. Make sure you visit the entry on http://www.linuxintheshell.org to get the full write up of the who command and for... Topic: who
Summary: Ken Catches up with Steve Lee just before he gave his talk on Open Accessability.Series: AccessibilitySource: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1264 In today's show Ken finally gets around to releasing shows recorded at OggCamp11 OggCamp 11 was a two-day unconference where technology enthusiasts came together to exchange knowledge on a wide range of topics from Linux and open source software to building home automation systems. It was held August 13 and 14 at Farnham Maltings in... Topic: oggcamp
Summary: Series: LibreOfficeSource: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1267 Some useful sites http://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/documentation/ http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Documentation/Publications http://gofree.com/Tutorials/ http://en.libreofficeforum.org/ My web site is at http://www.ahuka.com/ Remember to support free software!
Summary: Toys, Junk, Computers, Tablet, Netbook, whats in my bagSeries: Whats in My Toolkit Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1268 A short episode by me: "David Whitman" about things I carry in my backpack which is my go to work bag. Normally there would be food in ther but it is Sunday morning and thankfully I have left no food in the bag. Food ideally goes to work and is consumed but there have been those times.........the forgotten orange etc.